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Wine List of the Year 2017

Restaurant Hubert, Sydney

Andy Tyson and the guys at Hubert don't just want you to enjoy great booze, they also want you to have an enormous amount of fun doing it. From the vibrant illustrations to the chatty Q&A profiles of the staff scattered throughout, this list is imbued with love. There's something for everyone in its 40 pages, too, from great-value young local pinot to indulgent old claret; from a good selection of half-bottles ("for those dining alone") to magnums ("for the greedy dining alone") and everything in between. An absolute joy.

Photography: Andy Tyson at Hubert, by Scott Hawkins


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